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“Poverty or malaria” Netizens slam’s man for tattooing Davido 30G on his forehead



A mysterious Nigerian man who has a tattoo of Davido “30 BG” gang on his forehead is currently doing the rounds online.

The unidentified man in the video has the word “30BG” permanently tattooed in large letters on his forehead.

The term “30 Billion Gang” was coined as a result of his hit song If, and it rapidly turned into a potent rallying cry for Davido and everyone who supports his business.

Given the meanings it communicates, which include power, prosperity, luxury, wealth, pride, happiness, and success, the name was distinctive and fitting.

Netizens criticize him
Social media has been used by internet users to respond to the video, with many of them attributing his action to poverty.

One Matilda James wrote, “Mumu group wat dem no add you person way get group no tattoo am for head 40 years old man.”
One Princess Eko wrote, “Poverty will make you do and undo”

I don’t want to hear that the ink they used is fake o ehn ehn another social media user commented.

Davido Hints on marrying Chioma

STATE POST NEWS earlier reported that Davido dropped a hint on marrying Chioma while he was away in London, on a visit to famous clergyman, Pastor Tobi Adegboyega.

In a video making rounds on social media, pastor Adegboyega was seen hugging Chioma’s while saying our wife, our real wife and Davido responded by saying hundred percent, going down 2023″ which indicates that he may finally be tying the knot with his baby mama.

In response to the footage, online users expressed concern that Chioma might be expecting a second child because she is now seen wearing hoodies.

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This definitely refers to the fact that she wore sweatshirts during the first trimester of Ifeanyi’s pregnancy.

“Chi don start with hoodie again be like belle don entrance,” one Adanne Zinny wrote. I constantly worry about people calling someone our wife.

“Chioma don collect, by the power infested in me I now pre-christened the infant “Asake, sodiki, omo ogbon” izz gone otilo,” wrote one Seun Dreams.


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